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test_scxx_object.py

00001 """ Test refcounting and behavior of SCXX.
"""
import unittest
import time
import os,sys

from scipy_test.testing import *
set_package_path()
from weave import inline_tools
restore_path()

class test_object_construct(unittest.TestCase):
    #------------------------------------------------------------------------
    # Check that construction from basic types is allowed and have correct
    # reference counts
    #------------------------------------------------------------------------
    def check_int(self,level=5):
        # strange int value used to try and make sure refcount is 2.
        code = """
               py::object val = 1001;
               return_val = val;
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code)
        assert sys.getrefcount(res) == 2
        assert res == 1001
    def check_float(self,level=5):
        code = """
               py::object val = (float)1.0;
               return_val = val;
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code)
        assert sys.getrefcount(res) == 2
        assert res == 1.0
    def check_double(self,level=5):
        code = """
               py::object val = 1.0;
               return_val = val;
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code)
        assert sys.getrefcount(res) == 2
        assert res == 1.0
    def check_complex(self,level=5):
        code = """
               std::complex<double> num = std::complex<double>(1.0,1.0);
               py::object val = num;
               return_val = val;
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code)
        assert sys.getrefcount(res) == 2
        assert res == 1.0+1.0j
    def check_string(self,level=5):
        code = """
               py::object val = "hello";
               return_val = val;
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code)
        assert sys.getrefcount(res) == 2
        assert res == "hello"

    def check_std_string(self,level=5):
        code = """
               std::string s = std::string("hello");
               py::object val = s;
               return_val = val;
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code)
        assert sys.getrefcount(res) == 2
        assert res == "hello"
            
class test_object_print(unittest.TestCase):
    #------------------------------------------------------------------------
    # Check the object print protocol.  
    #------------------------------------------------------------------------
    def check_stdout(self,level=5):
        code = """
               py::object val = "how now brown cow";
               val.print(stdout);
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code)
        # visual check on this one.
    def check_stringio(self,level=5):
        import cStringIO
        file_imposter = cStringIO.StringIO()
        code = """
               py::object val = "how now brown cow";
               val.print(file_imposter);
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code,['file_imposter'])
        print file_imposter.getvalue()
        assert file_imposter.getvalue() == "'how now brown cow'"

    def check_failure(self,level=5):
        code = """
               FILE* file = 0;
               py::object val = "how now brown cow";
               val.print(file);
               """
        try:       
            res = inline_tools.inline(code)
        except:
            # error was supposed to occur.
            pass    

                    
class test_object_cast(unittest.TestCase):
    def check_int_cast(self,level=5):
        code = """
               py::object val = 1;
               int raw_val = val;
               """
        inline_tools.inline(code)
    def check_double_cast(self,level=5):
        code = """
               py::object val = 1.0;
               double raw_val = val;
               """
        inline_tools.inline(code)
    def check_float_cast(self,level=5):
        code = """
               py::object val = 1.0;
               float raw_val = val;
               """
        inline_tools.inline(code)
    def check_complex_cast(self,level=5):
        code = """
               std::complex<double> num = std::complex<double>(1.0,1.0);
               py::object val = num;
               std::complex<double> raw_val = val;
               """
        inline_tools.inline(code)
    def check_string_cast(self,level=5):
        code = """
               py::object val = "hello";
               std::string raw_val = val;
               """
        inline_tools.inline(code)
                    
# test class used for testing python class access from C++.
class foo:
    def bar(self):
        return "bar results"
    def bar2(self,val1,val2):
        return val1, val2
    def bar3(self,val1,val2,val3=1):
        return val1, val2, val3

class str_obj:
            def __str__(self):
                return "b"

class test_object_hasattr(unittest.TestCase):
    def check_string(self,level=5):
        a = foo()
        a.b = 12345
        code = """
               return_val = a.hasattr("b");               
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code,['a'])
        assert res
    def check_std_string(self,level=5):
        a = foo()
        a.b = 12345
        attr_name = "b"
        code = """
               return_val = a.hasattr(attr_name);               
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code,['a','attr_name'])
        assert res        
    def check_string_fail(self,level=5):
        a = foo()
        a.b = 12345
        code = """
               return_val = a.hasattr("c");               
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code,['a'])
        assert not res
    def check_inline(self,level=5):
        """ THIS NEEDS TO MOVE TO THE INLINE TEST SUITE
        """
        a = foo()
        a.b = 12345
        code = """
               throw_error(PyExc_AttributeError,"bummer");               
               """
        try:
            before = sys.getrefcount(a)
            res = inline_tools.inline(code,['a'])
        except AttributeError:
            after = sys.getrefcount(a)
            try: 
                res = inline_tools.inline(code,['a'])
            except:
                after2 = sys.getrefcount(a)
            print "after and after2 should be equal in the following"        
            print 'before, after, after2:', before, after, after2
            pass    

    def check_func(self,level=5):
        a = foo()
        a.b = 12345
        code = """
               return_val = a.hasattr("bar");               
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code,['a'])
        assert res

class test_object_attr(unittest.TestCase):

    def generic_attr(self,code,args=['a']):
        a = foo()
        a.b = 12345
                
        before = sys.getrefcount(a.b)
        res = inline_tools.inline(code,args)
        assert res == a.b
        del res
        after = sys.getrefcount(a.b)
        assert after == before

    def check_char(self,level=5):
        self.generic_attr('return_val = a.attr("b");')

    def check_char_fail(self,level=5):
        try:
            self.generic_attr('return_val = a.attr("c");')
        except AttributeError:
            pass
            
    def check_string(self,level=5):
        self.generic_attr('return_val = a.attr(std::string("b"));')

    def check_string_fail(self,level=5):
        try:
            self.generic_attr('return_val = a.attr(std::string("c"));')
        except AttributeError:
            pass    

    def check_obj(self,level=5):
        code = """
               py::object name = "b";
               return_val = a.attr(name);
               """ 
        self.generic_attr(code,['a'])

    def check_obj_fail(self,level=5):
        try:
            code = """
                   py::object name = "c";
                   return_val = a.attr(name);
                   """ 
            self.generic_attr(code,['a'])
        except AttributeError:
            pass    
            
    def check_attr_call(self,level=5):
        a = foo()
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.attr("bar").call();',['a'])
        first = sys.getrefcount(res)
        del res
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.attr("bar").call();',['a'])
        second = sys.getrefcount(res)
        assert res == "bar results"
        assert first == second

class test_object_set_attr(unittest.TestCase):

    def generic_existing(self, code, desired):
        args = ['a']
        a = foo()
        a.b = 12345                
        res = inline_tools.inline(code,args)
        assert a.b == desired

    def generic_new(self, code, desired):
        args = ['a']
        a = foo()
        res = inline_tools.inline(code,args)
        assert a.b == desired

    def check_existing_char(self,level=5):
        self.generic_existing('a.set_attr("b","hello");',"hello")
    def check_new_char(self,level=5):
        self.generic_new('a.set_attr("b","hello");',"hello")
    def check_existing_string(self,level=5):
        self.generic_existing('a.set_attr("b",std::string("hello"));',"hello")
    def check_new_string(self,level=5):
        self.generic_new('a.set_attr("b",std::string("hello"));',"hello")
    def check_existing_object(self,level=5):
        code = """
               py::object obj = "hello";
               a.set_attr("b",obj);
               """
        self.generic_existing(code,"hello")
    def check_new_object(self,level=5):
        code = """
               py::object obj = "hello";
               a.set_attr("b",obj);
               """
        self.generic_new(code,"hello")
    def check_new_fail(self,level=5):
        try:
            code = """
                   py::object obj = 1;
                   a.set_attr(obj,"hello");
                   """
            self.generic_new(code,"hello")
        except:
            pass    

    def check_existing_int(self,level=5):
        self.generic_existing('a.set_attr("b",1);',1)
    def check_existing_double(self,level=5):
        self.generic_existing('a.set_attr("b",1.0);',1.0)
    def check_existing_complex(self,level=5):
        code = """
               std::complex<double> obj = std::complex<double>(1,1);
               a.set_attr("b",obj);
               """
        self.generic_existing(code,1+1j)
    def check_existing_char1(self,level=5):
        self.generic_existing('a.set_attr("b","hello");',"hello")        
    def check_existing_string1(self,level=5):
        code = """
               std::string obj = std::string("hello");
               a.set_attr("b",obj);
               """
        self.generic_existing(code,"hello")

class test_object_del(unittest.TestCase):
    def generic(self, code):
        args = ['a']
        a = foo()
        a.b = 12345                
        res = inline_tools.inline(code,args)
        assert not hasattr(a,"b")

    def check_char(self,level=5):
        self.generic('a.del("b");')
    def check_string(self,level=5):
        code = """
               std::string name = std::string("b");
               a.del(name);
               """
        self.generic(code)
    def check_object(self,level=5):
        code = """
               py::object name = py::object("b");
               a.del(name);
               """
        self.generic(code)

class test_object_cmp(unittest.TestCase):
    def check_equal(self,level=5):
        a,b = 1,1
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = (a == b);',['a','b'])
        assert res == (a == b)
    def check_equal_objects(self,level=5):
        class foo:
            def __init__(self,x):
                self.x = x
            def __cmp__(self,other):
                return cmp(self.x,other.x)
        a,b = foo(1),foo(2)
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = (a == b);',['a','b'])
        assert res == (a == b)
    def check_lt(self,level=5):
        a,b = 1,2
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = (a < b);',['a','b'])
        assert res == (a < b)
    def check_gt(self,level=5):
        a,b = 1,2
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = (a > b);',['a','b'])
        assert res == (a > b)
    def check_gte(self,level=5):
        a,b = 1,2
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = (a >= b);',['a','b'])
        assert res == (a >= b)
    def check_lte(self,level=5):
        a,b = 1,2
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = (a <= b);',['a','b'])
        assert res == (a <= b)
    def check_not_equal(self,level=5):
        a,b = 1,2
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = (a != b);',['a','b'])
        assert res == (a != b)
    def check_int(self,level=5):
        a = 1
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = (a == 1);',['a'])
        assert res == (a == 1)
    def check_int2(self,level=5):
        a = 1
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = (1 == a);',['a'])
        assert res == (a == 1)
    def check_unsigned_long(self,level=5):
        a = 1
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = (a == (unsigned long)1);',['a'])
        assert res == (a == 1)
    def check_double(self,level=5):
        a = 1
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = (a == 1.0);',['a'])
        assert res == (a == 1.0)
    def check_char(self,level=5):
        a = "hello"
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = (a == "hello");',['a'])
        assert res == (a == "hello")
    def check_std_string(self,level=5):
        a = "hello"
        code = """
               std::string hello = std::string("hello");
               return_val = (a == hello);
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code,['a'])
        assert res == (a == "hello")

class test_object_repr(unittest.TestCase):
    def check_repr(self,level=5):
        class foo:
            def __str__(self):
                return "str return"
            def __repr__(self):
                return "repr return"
        a = foo()                
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.repr();',['a'])
        first = sys.getrefcount(res)
        del res
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.repr();',['a'])
        second = sys.getrefcount(res)
        assert first == second
        assert res == "repr return"

class test_object_str(unittest.TestCase):
    def check_str(self,level=5):
        class foo:
            def __str__(self):
                return "str return"
            def __repr__(self):
                return "repr return"
        a = foo()                
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.str();',['a'])
        first = sys.getrefcount(res)
        del res
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.str();',['a'])
        second = sys.getrefcount(res)
        assert first == second
        print res
        assert res == "str return"

class test_object_unicode(unittest.TestCase):
    # This ain't going to win awards for test of the year...
    def check_unicode(self,level=5):
        class foo:
            def __repr__(self):
                return "repr return"
            def __str__(self):
                return "unicode"
        a= foo()                
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.unicode();',['a'])
        first = sys.getrefcount(res)
        del res
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.unicode();',['a'])
        second = sys.getrefcount(res)
        assert first == second
        assert res == "unicode"

class test_object_is_callable(unittest.TestCase):
    def check_true(self,level=5):
        class foo:
            def __call__(self):
                return 0
        a= foo()                
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.is_callable();',['a'])
        assert res
    def check_false(self,level=5):
        class foo:
            pass
        a= foo()                
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.is_callable();',['a'])
        assert not res

class test_object_call(unittest.TestCase):
    def check_noargs(self,level=5):
        def foo():
            return (1,2,3)
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = foo.call();',['foo'])
        assert res == (1,2,3)
        assert sys.getrefcount(res) == 2
    def check_args(self,level=5):
        def foo(val1,val2):
            return (val1,val2)
        code = """
               py::tuple args(2);
               args[0] = 1;
               args[1] = "hello";
               return_val = foo.call(args);
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code,['foo'])
        assert res == (1,"hello")
        assert sys.getrefcount(res) == 2
    def check_args_kw(self,level=5):
        def foo(val1,val2,val3=1):
            return (val1,val2,val3)
        code = """
               py::tuple args(2);
               args[0] = 1;
               args[1] = "hello";
               py::dict kw;
               kw["val3"] = 3;               
               return_val = foo.call(args,kw);
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code,['foo'])
        assert res == (1,"hello",3)
        assert sys.getrefcount(res) == 2
    def check_noargs_with_args(self,level=5):
        # calling a function that does take args with args 
        # should fail.
        def foo():
            return "blah"
        code = """
               py::tuple args(2);
               args[0] = 1;
               args[1] = "hello";
               return_val = foo.call(args);
               """
        try:
            first = sys.getrefcount(foo)
            res = inline_tools.inline(code,['foo'])
        except TypeError:
            second = sys.getrefcount(foo) 
            try:
                res = inline_tools.inline(code,['foo'])
            except TypeError:
                third = sys.getrefcount(foo)    
        # first should == second, but the weird refcount error        
        assert second == third
        
class test_object_mcall(unittest.TestCase):
    def check_noargs(self,level=5):
        a = foo()
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.mcall("bar");',['a'])
        assert res == "bar results"
        first = sys.getrefcount(res)
        del res
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.mcall("bar");',['a'])
        assert res == "bar results"
        second = sys.getrefcount(res)
        assert first == second
    def check_args(self,level=5):
        a = foo()
        code = """
               py::tuple args(2);
               args[0] = 1;
               args[1] = "hello";
               return_val = a.mcall("bar2",args);
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code,['a'])
        assert res == (1,"hello")
        assert sys.getrefcount(res) == 2
    def check_args_kw(self,level=5):
        a = foo()
        code = """
               py::tuple args(2);
               args[0] = 1;
               args[1] = "hello";
               py::dict kw;
               kw["val3"] = 3;
               return_val = a.mcall("bar3",args,kw);
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code,['a'])
        assert res == (1,"hello",3)
        assert sys.getrefcount(res) == 2
    def check_std_noargs(self,level=5):
        a = foo()
        method = "bar"
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.mcall(method);',['a','method'])
        assert res == "bar results"
        first = sys.getrefcount(res)
        del res
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.mcall(method);',['a','method'])
        assert res == "bar results"
        second = sys.getrefcount(res)
        assert first == second
    def check_std_args(self,level=5):
        a = foo()
        method = "bar2"
        code = """
               py::tuple args(2);
               args[0] = 1;
               args[1] = "hello";
               return_val = a.mcall(method,args);
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code,['a','method'])
        assert res == (1,"hello")
        assert sys.getrefcount(res) == 2
    def check_std_args_kw(self,level=5):
        a = foo()
        method = "bar3"
        code = """
               py::tuple args(2);
               args[0] = 1;
               args[1] = "hello";
               py::dict kw;
               kw["val3"] = 3;
               return_val = a.mcall(method,args,kw);
               """
        res = inline_tools.inline(code,['a','method'])
        assert res == (1,"hello",3)
        assert sys.getrefcount(res) == 2
    def check_noargs_with_args(self,level=5):
        # calling a function that does take args with args 
        # should fail.
        a = foo()
        code = """
               py::tuple args(2);
               args[0] = 1;
               args[1] = "hello";
               return_val = a.mcall("bar",args);
               """
        try:
            first = sys.getrefcount(a)
            res = inline_tools.inline(code,['a'])
        except TypeError:
            second = sys.getrefcount(a) 
            try:
                res = inline_tools.inline(code,['a'])
            except TypeError:
                third = sys.getrefcount(a)    
        # first should == second, but the weird refcount error        
        assert second == third

class test_object_hash(unittest.TestCase):
    def check_hash(self,level=5):
        class foo:
            def __hash__(self):
                return 123
        a= foo()                
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.hash(); ',['a'])
        print 'hash:', res
        assert res == 123

class test_object_is_true(unittest.TestCase):
    def check_true(self,level=5):
        class foo:
            pass
        a= foo()                
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.is_true();',['a'])
        assert res == 1
    def check_false(self,level=5):
        a= None                
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.is_true();',['a'])
        assert res == 0

class test_object_is_true(unittest.TestCase):
    def check_false(self,level=5):
        class foo:
            pass
        a= foo()                
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.not();',['a'])
        assert res == 0
    def check_true(self,level=5):
        a= None                
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.not();',['a'])
        assert res == 1    

class test_object_type(unittest.TestCase):
    def check_type(self,level=5):
        class foo:
            pass
        a= foo()                
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.type();',['a'])
        assert res == type(a)

class test_object_size(unittest.TestCase):
    def check_size(self,level=5):
        class foo:
            def __len__(self):
                return 10
        a= foo()                
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.size();',['a'])
        assert res == len(a)
    def check_len(self,level=5):
        class foo:
            def __len__(self):
                return 10
        a= foo()                
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.len();',['a'])
        assert res == len(a)
    def check_length(self,level=5):
        class foo:
            def __len__(self):
                return 10
        a= foo()                
        res = inline_tools.inline('return_val = a.length();',['a'])
        assert res == len(a)                            

from UserList import UserList
class test_object_set_item_op_index(unittest.TestCase):
    def check_list_refcount(self,level=5):
        a = UserList([1,2,3])            
        # temporary refcount fix until I understand why it incs by one.
        inline_tools.inline("a[1] = 1234;",['a'])        
        before1 = sys.getrefcount(a)
        after1 = sys.getrefcount(a)
        assert after1 == before1
    def check_set_int(self,level=5):
        a = UserList([1,2,3])            
        inline_tools.inline("a[1] = 1234;",['a'])        
        assert sys.getrefcount(a[1]) == 2                
        assert a[1] == 1234
    def check_set_double(self,level=5):
        a = UserList([1,2,3])            
        inline_tools.inline("a[1] = 123.0;",['a'])
        assert sys.getrefcount(a[1]) == 2       
        assert a[1] == 123.0        
    def check_set_char(self,level=5):
        a = UserList([1,2,3])            
        inline_tools.inline('a[1] = "bubba";',['a'])
        assert sys.getrefcount(a[1]) == 2       
        assert a[1] == 'bubba'
    def check_set_string(self,level=5):
        a = UserList([1,2,3])            
        inline_tools.inline('a[1] = std::string("sissy");',['a'])
        assert sys.getrefcount(a[1]) == 2       
        assert a[1] == 'sissy'
    def check_set_string(self,level=5):
        a = UserList([1,2,3])            
        inline_tools.inline('a[1] = std::complex<double>(1,1);',['a'])
        assert sys.getrefcount(a[1]) == 2       
        assert a[1] == 1+1j

from UserDict import UserDict
class test_object_set_item_op_key(unittest.TestCase):
    def check_key_refcount(self,level=5):
        a = UserDict()
        code =  """
                py::object one = 1;
                py::object two = 2;
                py::tuple ref_counts(3);
                py::tuple obj_counts(3);
                py::tuple val_counts(3);
                py::tuple key_counts(3);
                obj_counts[0] = a.refcount();
                key_counts[0] = one.refcount();
                val_counts[0] = two.refcount();
                a[1] = 2;
                obj_counts[1] = a.refcount();
                key_counts[1] = one.refcount();
                val_counts[1] = two.refcount();
                a[1] = 2;
                obj_counts[2] = a.refcount();
                key_counts[2] = one.refcount();
                val_counts[2] = two.refcount();
                
                ref_counts[0] = obj_counts;
                ref_counts[1] = key_counts;
                ref_counts[2] = val_counts;
                return_val = ref_counts;
                """
        obj,key,val = inline_tools.inline(code,['a'])
        assert obj[0] == obj[1] and obj[1] == obj[2]
        assert key[0] + 1 == key[1] and key[1] == key[2]
        assert val[0] + 1 == val[1] and val[1] == val[2]
        
    def check_set_double_exists(self,level=5):
        a = UserDict()   
        key = 10.0     
        a[key] = 100.0
        inline_tools.inline('a[key] = 123.0;',['a','key'])
        first = sys.getrefcount(key)
        inline_tools.inline('a[key] = 123.0;',['a','key'])
        second = sys.getrefcount(key)
        assert first == second
        # !! I think the following should be 3
        assert sys.getrefcount(key) ==  5
        assert sys.getrefcount(a[key]) == 2       
        assert a[key] == 123.0
    def check_set_double_new(self,level=5):
        a = UserDict()        
        key = 1.0
        inline_tools.inline('a[key] = 123.0;',['a','key'])
        assert sys.getrefcount(key) == 4 # should be 3       
        assert sys.getrefcount(a[key]) == 2       
        assert a[key] == 123.0
    def check_set_complex(self,level=5):
        a = UserDict()
        key = 1+1j            
        inline_tools.inline("a[key] = 1234;",['a','key'])
        assert sys.getrefcount(key) == 3       
        assert sys.getrefcount(a[key]) == 2                
        assert a[key] == 1234
    def check_set_char(self,level=5):
        a = UserDict()        
        inline_tools.inline('a["hello"] = 123.0;',['a'])
        assert sys.getrefcount(a["hello"]) == 2       
        assert a["hello"] == 123.0
        
    def check_set_class(self,level=5):
        a = UserDict()        
        class foo:
            def __init__(self,val):
                self.val = val
            def __hash__(self):
                return self.val
        key = foo(4)
        inline_tools.inline('a[key] = "bubba";',['a','key'])
        first = sys.getrefcount(key)       
        inline_tools.inline('a[key] = "bubba";',['a','key'])
        second = sys.getrefcount(key)       
        # I don't think we're leaking if this is true
        assert first == second  
        # !! BUT -- I think this should be 3
        assert sys.getrefcount(key) == 4 
        assert sys.getrefcount(a[key]) == 2       
        assert a[key] == 'bubba'
    def check_set_from_member(self,level=5):
        a = UserDict()        
        a['first'] = 1
        a['second'] = 2
        inline_tools.inline('a["first"] = a["second"];',['a'])
        assert a['first'] == a['second']

if __name__ == "__main__":
    ScipyTest('weave.scxx').run()

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